Use the LIMIT tag in your select statement. You can also choose which 
matching record to start from.

Another pure database question...


Wilbert Enserink wrote:

>Hi all,
>I have this mySQL query giving me my result back.
>The info about the current db-record is showing. 
>Now I want to display ' view next ' and ' view previous ' buttons on my website. 
>which takes you to the same page but with the next record in the query result.
>Is there a clever way to do this? 
>Any tips are welcome!
>Many regards 
>Wilbert Enserink
>Pas de Deux
>Van Mierisstraat 25
>2526 NM Den Haag
>tel 070 4450855
>fax 070 4450852

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